Anima Mundi is located 7 km from the city of Mantua, in the ancient and picturesque Borgo delle Grazie, where nature and spirit meet.

Anima Mundi is a young and welcoming structure, created to welcome both tourists traveling to discover Mantua, both professionals on business trips.

Its location allows easy access to Mantua and the tourist centers of the area, from Lake Garda to the cities of Verona, Brescia and Cremona: a strategically ideal destination for those who want to visit the area, quickly reaching all the most important tourist and cultural destinations.

Our guests can enjoy convenient services, including unlimited Wi-Fi, parking in front of the hotel and business services.

The hotel has five comfortable rooms, all individually furnished and original, a bright breakfast room (and meeting room), a large garden with veranda and a private parking.

Our house is located in the same structure, therefore we are at your disposal for any need or information: Francesca, owner of the property, is ready to advise you, help you and make you feel at home.

Natural Reserve of Parco del Mincio

Grazie is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, located within the Parco del Mincio Nature Reserve, where 300 species of birds live and the wooded and aquatic vegetation (such as the famous “Lotus Flowers”) represent its extraordinary heritage.


It is possible to explore the reserve with relaxing walks in the forest parks, making exciting river excursions or cycling along the bike path that from the village reaches Lake Garda, following the river.

The Sanctuary of Santa Maria Assunta

In the square you can find the Sanctuary of Santa Maria Assunta, erected by Francesco Gonzaga at the end of the fourteenth century for the cessation of the plague. With its unique and extraordinary charm, it is a place of silence, prayers and pilgrimages. It is located on a slight hill, overlooking the waters of Lake Superior Mantua.


On August 15 every year, Madonnari from all over the world paint the churchyard of the sanctuary with sacred images in a chalk competition, creating a very folkloric fair.

This site is registered on as a development site.